All of the hits were played, from “Hot Blooded” to “Cold As Ice” to “Juke Box Hero”.
Do you recognize that Centretown spot? The local speakeasy where Slack Bridges filmed scenes for their new music video?
The 25th Ottawa Chamberfest will take place from July 26 to August 9, 2018.
Santana’s The Divination tour was the first time in 8 years that Santana made a stop in Ottawa, playing to an enthusiastic crowd Sunday night at the Canadian Tire Centre.
Broken Social Scene, Sam Roberts Band, Wintersleep headline the 2018 Dragon Boat Festival concert lineup
The Dragon Boat Festival concert series is taking place at Mooney’s Bay Park from June 21–24, 2018. Admission is free.
Santana is performing at the Canadian Tire Centre on March 18.
Jazz singer Antoine L. Collins releases latest album and celebrates jazz legend Nat King Cole’s 99th birthday—03.17.18 at Mercury Lounge
Ottawa jazz singer Antoine L. Collins releases his second album, Nature Boy: The Music of Nat King Cole, at an album launch party Saturday March 17 at Mercury Lounge.
Revealed last week, the Jazzfest lineup already includes big names like Herbie Hancock, Tanya Tagaq, Cory Henry, Béla Fleck and Kellylee Evans.
GINNY are performing at The Concorde Motel (333 Montreal Rd) on Friday, March 16.
Montebello Rockfest: Weezer, Sum 41, Prophets of Rage, Stone Temple Pilots are in the 2018 festival lineup
Montebello Rockfest is running for one weekend June 14–16, 2018.
A highlight of the recently-announced Jazzfest lineup, Ottawa’s biggest soul-pop band are treating us to a new video.
Brazilian metal giants Soulfly, performing under the name Nailbomb, performed the album Point Blank in its entirety, as well as other popular songs.
The energy levels were high at The 27 Club on Saturday night. Ottawa’s own We Were Sharks got the crowd dancing and singing along. Supporting We Were Sharks was Elementals, Kennedy, and PINE.
Jazzfest lineup: Tanya Tagaq, Herbie Hancock, GoGo Penguin, FET.NAT, and Kellylee Evans included in the 40+ concerts announced
The 38th Ottawa Jazz Festival runs from June 21 to July 1, 2018.
Between performing huge festivals in Australia and recording with Grammy artists in Los Angeles, Amy has embarked on a 15-stop North American tour, with Ottawa being one of the last on the itinerary.